Wabash High School - Sycamore Yearbook (Wabash, IN)

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Ball Illuminated h Harbor llgh The name of the Semor Tr1 H1 Y dance was the Harbor L ghts Ball An enormous hght house whlch stood 1n the m1dd1e of the floor was the mam attractlon One of the largest crowds ever to attend thxs fall dance was present 5 V King Bob Kastner and Queen Vxckr Mrser survey thexr harbor dominion The dancers clrcled a tiny rslond from whrch the lrght house beamed its harbor hgh! A city full of life cmd light surrounded Wayne Craig and hrs Orchestra as they played our favorzte tunes ts 35 fz N, 2 ii E I 5: 5 5 Q, 'K EW We . Q. Q5 ,,, -, ,Wee ,Ve s v V I , 1 I o 4 ,4 Page 8 V I wife Q ' r 'x Z7 ' ' I I Homecoming memories 1 'N K W R " ' rv,-Ke! ' ' talk. . Our Queen Elizabeth ana leer lrrdres-in-wai!inCI, Elizabeth Mattern, Ann Summerland, and Mandy Geyer A large fall leaf on which the senior candidate was swinging fcrmed the senior float, lunicrs, Cole McCombs and Ann Summerland, graced an over-sized class ring. The freshmen, Mandy Geyer and lim Camp, floated around the field on a big white swan. SL Valentines lla and Sweethearts Their majesties, lim Vickery and Barbara Queen, smile OD SCIiI'1i VCtl9I1ii1'16'S Day the SYCCIITIOIG QUYIY GS 'hef' COW' look On' staff sponsored a dance which was very appropriately entitled the Sweetheart Ball Hard workers like these 'change a gymnasium into a This ban WGS G new headliner in the group dreamland in only a day s time. , of formal dances we enloy each year. It Cupid certainly was on the job to make this night a was enthusiastically accepted bY the penecf One, student body. E. 'Q 4 , 5, '1 xx Y ,,-, f f u, pf' X t wil Xiu x W X We Page 9 4. qw Beneath a twinkling mirrored globe couples danced to stereophonic music at the sophomores' Crystal Ball. A pleasant interlude ensued when a sophomore king and queen were crowned. Romans mingled with Spaniards at the Latin Banquet to which the Spanish Club was invited. Were they promoting better foreign relations? A royal couple, Ioy Leclcrone and Tom Evans, reign over the Crystal Ball. Gods, goddesses, and leading citizens of Home are waited upon by one of their slaves. Page 10 A new state lends a new prom theme: Hawaii. Tiny orchids scattered on drift wood at the banquet and colorful ferns at the prom caused juniors and seniors to dream of a moonlit night on the beaches of romantic Hawaii. Aloha - - welcome to the prom! Couples dance in a tropical wonderland at color and lun Yevonne Skaggs, as the Spirit oi Wabash High School, lights the candles ot the seniors in this annual ceremony A beautiful ceremony which causes seniors to remember that this is their last prom. The Wabash Band was host to its annual Military Ball on May 2. Band members of surrounding schools and the Wabash Choir were invited. All present witnessed the Coronation of a king and queen, an event which highlights any program. Uniforms galore at the Nlilitar Ball Page 12 UQ Barclay Lavengood places the crown oi royalty on the heads of Joyce Vogel and David Gackenheimer. The bands enjoyed the music of Bob "Tiny" Williams at the Ball. The royal couple, David and Ioyce, smile gaily as they lead a dance. Barclay Lavengood and Iudy Aaron dance around the huge bass drum Two of the greatest milestones in the life of a student are baccalaureate and commencement. These occasions mark the end of one phase of lite and the beginning of another which they have yet to explore. llnmmeneement is a beginning Solemn faces show that these graduates are thinking , ,,,TNY4-M seriously about the future. Mike Norris, senior class president, leads the class at baccalaureate. f T Mr. Myers impatiently taps his toot as seniors excitedly adjust caps and gowns. Barbara Adams helps Ioan Baber with her robe as Iudy Aaron, Dave Gaclcenheimer, and Dave Anderson look on. Lg I t , tx, s iw' f' , , we p Q I XX ' gait-fiftli X iw l A K ' ."f ' J "V , f 1 ' 1 ' gfaifff? . .e r t ti Page 13 Every year at the Awards Convocation, many honors and scholarships are granted to hard-working students. Our trophy case is filled with cups brought home by our athletic teams. Plaques in the halls record names of honored students. We take pride in the accomplishments of these people and hope their honors will induce others to work for these awards. Congratulations for a ioh well dune Bill Neher and Kristi Slayman, Sycamore editors, proudly display their scholarships. Tom Hodson and Ellen Chamberlain, the winners ol Tri Kappa's Lulu Baer Award. Row I, left to right: Richard Rohr, Manchester College Scholarship: Rosemary Ferrier, Purdue University Scholarship: Kristi Slayman, Lindenwood College Scholarship QMissourij: Peggy Ienks. Indiana University Scholarship: Lee Bricker, Purdue University Scholarship. Row 2: Bill Neher, National Merit Scholarship Award: Dave Koenig, Purdue University Scholarship: Bob Risser, Purdue University Scholarship: Dave Gray. Indiana University Scholarship. .t 'X S festival in Ma Miss Huff and Miss Mills produced and directed a very fine operetta, "Up On Old Smokey." Everyone present enjoyed the stage play and the beautiful songs. Ruby lewell and Wayne Hendrix were enthroned as King and Queen of the May Festival. "Up On Old Smokey" was the theme of the program centered around an old log cabin. Miss Hut! joins the fun with her straw hat and high button shoes. ia 'sq' 4 ig ,1,"'I ayrlf? 'V 1:9-'A' ,N M , 5 'x V4 H9 an , i -pe--x'-., 1 S,-i 94 Awww Page 15 Bc EZ -.......-v "rl ' ,H af fi: g ,gf , rr, I I I I ll X' ps TA fQ,,,Wgj' 'Y' s ymw :fi V ,Fai f .14 , -'fi' if-Li f 4' ii .2355- -, 1- f'2na 4:fw .4 1 ' .,,1f45il.. , f A , 5 i ,. ,A 5 V , . K . jay, 1',.- ' ,7?Ff'E,, is? B155 t 'JAR 'X fs. L L ,yy , 'Sf' , 129 , gwf ui. 9Wawffkv.-,nn . ,fv I ,aff . xl . A V 'Wi ,-wi ' it 1 Q ,f x Q Wi f X 'fa' aw MM v,.5W6 -,P 5' , I ' f, 1,4 ,. A ,MH , .e'.k',, 9 " 'IP 1 M pm ' ,, 'f ,frgg ,f ff ,V 35.7, ,, A my .. 15388 5-'Q 2 M M95 5' awiiila ww If .Af f we-e s 3"-L -wa, x. sm. W, X, 45' - , 6 we We T Mr. Myers, a tireless worker, gets a double load at tourney time. Our Dean ol Girls seems always on the spot whenever she is needed. Mrs. Shaver has ample help in her office routine with these office assistants. Mr. Williams, our Dean of Boys, is kept busy with the many excuses and passes needed each day. Our campus and school are kept in tip-top condition by Mr, Wade, Mr. Cole, and Mr. Barnett, our janitors. V"'Qb' x Page 18 Audio-visual aids studies We need projectionists in order to enjoy and learn from Radio workshop students learn basics of a radio station. our educational movies. FQ- 1 72 G Page 19 Muscle hound As always, boys must show the weaker sex how much brawn they have. What better way to develop muscles than through physical education class? Mr. Mr Lrqht watches closely to catch the fellows rn the back row who are cheating on those push ups Keep that figure tnm, gals None of us will ever forget the fun we had playing soccer volley ball basketball and softball rn physical education How can we forget those calrsthenrcs and of course the shower' Mrs McDonald explams the advantage ol this exercise rn acquiring balance and control But ellleer I didnt see .... Actual driving experience as well as classroom rnstruction is acquired by the members of the driver education classes Although there have been a few mishaps during the past year Mr Tatum has never lost a single student Mr Tatum is explaining and instructing before these s udents actually begin to drive the car vu Page 20 'is . Y , fx... 0 a bb 0 u 5 9. 9 1 1 r 1 iw, V -n - 7 2 l - 4 'Q 1 ' . l It . V ' ,V . M "' N' 'rv 4' Light says there is no better way. C629 ,f l f , 8 . Our speech department has brought home many honors from contests. lalents revealed in Speech, Home leenemies, and Art Eighteen students enrolled in extracurricular Arts are developed in both our home speech this year. These students participated economics classes and our art classes. Mr. in the various speech contests held throughout Koons encourages abstract ideas whereas Indiana. The experience the students gain Mrs. Truss and Mrs. Smith encourage their in the art oi speaking will help them in their students to follow directions in the arts of future professions. of cooking and sewing. Girls are learning the art of cooking to help them make Mr. Koons explains the hidden meanings in an abstract preparations for their future homes. painting. 6: TQ I nf , si 4 PET.-2 Q 1 - ximian 5-.J 1. Page 21 The members of wood shop industriously work on their individual projects Machme and wood shops taught by Mr Holloway enable the boys to learn e operatlon of many mach1nes Th1s 1S advantageous in that lt teaches the boys to make things for then' own use Industrial Arts toda Vocation tomorrow Under Mr. HoIIoway's careful guidance the members of machine shop learn all the what, where and whens of operating the various machines up N Page 22 , th 'i Sr. ,Xi Q Xi 4 -1 , I 7 Gt i x ' ? History is in the making but why? To better understand our world of today, we must first understand our world of yesterday. Bookkeeping and typing are two of the major courses in the business department. The students learn how to keep correct records and how to type accurately. Carol Deckard answers a leading question in Miss Hipskind's American History class. 5 v X t Histor our past, Business our future Mrs. Oliver explains some of the complexities of bookkeeping to Bob Day. Page 23 555 ty ' u The English class diligently works to acquire better Kay Robbins holds the attention ot her audience speech habits, very typical scene from the speech class. Watch our language! There are many classes in which we may learn about language. Students venture south ot the border learning languages and customs in our Spanish department. Home lives again for the Latin students. The English classes learn to appreciate and speak correctly our native tongue. Mrs. Bird instructs Mandy Geyer and the class in some mythological stories. Mr. Hunsberger observes his students as they write Spanish exercises on the board. ina . is I Q 1 V Z , Y g.. 'K -Ki 3551 Ln f' Lv ' Q '4 'rf 4- ,I V -S W! YA 'j- .F , K 1 f,,"'a5,, 3 4 " ,Q ! " Lu" Qs A .g all fi sg a f J ff 7 5 - 525W KZ! 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Carol Deckard, Iim Slaughter, Bette Francis, Ioellen Smith, Barclay Lavengoocl, Dixie DeVore, Max Wilke Linda Rish, Roberta Leland, Larry Lester. Stoops, Dennis Gillen, David in ! sob Honor Thespians, Kristi Slayman and Steve Porter, congratulate each other. lhespians - Young actors The members of the dramatics class add to the pleasure of our school days by staging plays throughout the year. For those students who have aspirations for the stage or have exceptional dramatic ability, there is Thespians which is a nationally recognized dramatic organization. lllj j lllgg it Clllg' uusg ,J lllll V."llll fill... 'UIII llq'. 'las vq .K 4 ,X .-5, ' ' 3 ,5 . Ai 1-93" f Ng' '14-4 Q, QUILL FND SCROLL Row l, left to right: Becky England, Pam Trisler, Marilyn Bahler, Iudy Baker, Cherry Evans, Kristi Slayman, Virginia Duffey, Ann Summerland. How 2, left to right: Beverly Crossnickle, Bill Neher, Mrs. lda Van Camp, Margo Lockwood, Carol Deckard. llrange and Black - School ews in a utshell it The Orange and Black staff and the journalism class are responsible for the school paper which W.H.S. students enjoy reading. These students learn much about the intricacies of a newspaper as they plan for our reading pleasure, Members of the Orange and Black staff find it a busy task to gather and publish the happenings at Wabash High. ik iw: -is . ,lg - XX ,s 21, fl .if , ll Z1 X ,ft , K x , ff' XXX. ff L! ' f 'fl 'fig 5 ei f K no f' f'l".ffif P f O X f ' ' ,fi ff LT ., Q. Row l, lelt to right: Margo Lockwood, Carol Deckard, Linda Rish, Karen Ostendorl, Susie Barrus, Edith Everroad. Kristi Slayman, Co-Editor, Linda Merryman, Ellen Chamberlain, loyce Vogel, Beverly Grossnickle. Business Manager. Mrs. Ida Van Camp, Sponsor. How 2: Lana Theiss, Carol Mullenix, Rosemary Ferrier, Barbara Queen, loan Culver, Linda Weiland, Patsy Retherford. loan Baber, Peggy Ienks. How 3: Patricia Derrick, Carol Berg, Assistant Business Manager, Iohn Ballard, lim Evans, Robert Beauchamp. David Gaclcenheimer, Bill Neher, Editor. S camore, hard work but oh what fun! The Sycamore, under the supervision of Mrs. Ida Van Camp, is assembled for the purpose of recording our high school memories. This year six juniors have been added to the staff who are under the direction of the senior members. Beverly Grossnclcle gives to Doug Adams that all important receipt tor his l959 Sycamore, The junior understudies help the senior stat! and Mrs. Van Camp choose pictures. Mrs. Van Camp and the senior members ot the Sycamore sfatl work diligently to tinish the yearbook. Q L- 4,511 New members, le!! lo right: Linda Bonewit, Karen Carr, Lynn Cross, Carol Deckard, Bonnie Dohse, Virginia Dulfey, Bette Francis, Ianice Harmon, Sara Hipskind, Bill LaSalle, Margo Lockwood, Karen Ostendorf, Roberta Stoops. otional Honor Sooiot , a honor indeed! Some of the ideals of a National Honor uphold these principles. As suggested by Society member are character, scholarship, its name, National Honor Society membership leadership, and service. To achieve this is one of the highest honors a student can high honor a senior must have a 3.0 average, receive. We are happy that we have such a junior a 3.5 average, and each must a large organization at Wabash High School. Row I, Ielt to righl: Robert Beauchamp, lean Boardman, Mike Norris, Kristi Slayman, Ioan Culver, Sue Barrus, President, Beverly Grossnickle, Vice-President, Carol Collinge, Secretary, David Koenig, Treasurer, Linda Merryman, Billie Daugherty, Ioyce Vogel, Pat Derrick. Row 2: Carol Berg, Peggy Ienks, Linda Lehman, Ellen Chamberlain, Robert Glazier, Linda Bonewit, Karen Carr, Lynn Cross, Carol Deckard, Bonnie Dohse, Virginia Duftey, Bette Francis, Ianice Harmon, Sara Hipskind, Bill LaSalle, Margo Lockwood, Karen Ostendorf, Roberta Stoops. I 5 'DD L Page 35 New lri-Hi-l builds good character The platform of both Iunior and Senior Tri-Hi-Y is clean speech, clean living, and clean scholarship. These clubs extend Christian principles throughout the school and community by such deeds as giving Thanksgiving baskets and holding a Christmas party at WhiZe's Institute. junior Tri-Hi-Y officers: Paula Pressler, President, Sue Senior Tri-Hi-Y officers: Iean Boardman, President, Carol Schlemmer, Vice-President, Ellen Paschall, Secretary, Ioyce Collinge, Vice-President, Lynn Cross, Secretary, Iulie Deifenbaugh, Treasurer, Carol Potteri, Chaplain, Walter, Treasurer, Billie Daughtery. Chaplain, Sara ' ' d S t- t Elizabeth Mattern, Sargeant-at-arms. Hipskin , argean a -arms. lune in - WSKS Radio workshop gives students practical f training in the operation of a radio station. During the year live programs, such as school news, science quizzes, question and answer panels, football and basketball games, and musical programs, are broadcast over WSKS. '.: 1 , o 0 QQOA 5 5, hi 59' Mike Burton, lack Poole, and Steve Fulwider are checking all equipment before going on the air. HA. - Teachers of tomorrow The Future Teachers of America, organized organization may act as cadet teachers in to promote interest in the field of teaching, is the elementary schools. The information they open to members of the junior and senior acquire will be valuable to them in their classes. Students taking part in this future careers. How l, left to right: Miss Gladys Dove, Sponsor, Linda Lehman, Virginia Bays, Marceil Polk, Karen Ostendort. Ellen Chamberlain. Secretary-Treasurer. Connie Kettaber, Beverly Copeland, Linda Rish, Carol Berg, President, Mr. Loren Williams. Sponsor How 2: Sara Hipskind, Pat Peterson, Vice-President, Carol De:kard, Linda Weiland, Marilyn Bahler, Sandy Harris, Steve Walter, Pam Cornell, Carol Mullenix, Gloria Malloch. 1? f 5 Row l, left to right: Alyce Trisler, Carol Stout, Roberta Stoops, Ioyce Vogel, Iulie Walter. How 2: Mr. Robert Elliott, Mr. Francis Horne, Sponsors. lean Boardman, Karen Tatum. Ion Morris, Bill Kastner, Tom Hodson, Stephen Fulwider, Vice-President, Mike Fleshood. Gary Heliin, Bob Kaiser, Ioan Baber, Linda Bonewit, Iody Schlemmer. Stand hack, scientists at work Amid bubbling gases and steaming test tubes We see the members of W.H.S. exploring the field of science. They belong to the Science Club which is sponsored by Mr. Elliott and and Mr. Horne. Demonstrations 6 ' 'is' A , Q' K lmf la 4s,.,.t,gg ...,., stl . , ,Q ..,f. ,V it E rss wt flint Il,-Jai sit ff5ll:5 is , Row 3: loe Lawson, Terry Robison, Ike Dutley, Richard Fishback, Robert Mitten, Robert Wright, Iim Rhoades, Mike Norris, Steve Gierke, Bill Neher. Flow 4: Craig Winegardner, Doug Adams, Walter Rose, David Bennett, David Gackenheimer, David Renbarger. Iim Vickery, Secretary-Treasurer, David Koenig, Ierry Ferguson, Ronnie Kastner, Robert Beauchamp, Robert Risser, President. and movies are the usual program. This year the club initiated an open house which consisted of many exhibits of scientific phenomenon. W7 sa Row 1, left to right: Carole Camp, Mary Snavely, Shirley DeLauter, Iulie Walter, Secretary-Treasurer, Pat Grover, Linda Merryman, Vice-President, Alyce Trisler. Mr. Niles Hunsberger, Sponsor. Row 2: Sandra Mabee, Carol Stout, Elizabeth Walter, Ilnwn Mexico Wa Spanish Club helps promote a thorough understanding of the Spanish people, old customs, and colorful traits. Organizations such as this help bring about better relationships among foreign countries. How I, left to right: Barbara Behny, Sandra Black, Tanya Davis, Virginia Bays, Beverly Smith, Yevonne Skaggs, Bette Francis, Linda Rish, Karen Carr, Mrs. Lawrence Bird. Sponsor. Row 2: Nancy Shaver, Carolyn Perkins, Rita Iewell, Tracy Temple, Marge Snavely, Sally Sink, Roberta Stoops, Peggy Ienks. Row 3: Sharon Miller, Bonnie Dohse, Vice-President, Iudy Baker, Marilyn Bahler, Pat Hughes, Ioan Baber, Carol Collinge, President, Karen Ostendorf. How 3: Richard Minnicus, Alfred Plummer, Bill Ridenour, Steve Walter, Robert Beauchamp, Dennis Gillen, Lee Bricker, Iohn Ballard, Craig Turner. Romantic Home Inter Nos Club delves into some of the more interesting aspects of Latin. Its greatest and most celebrated project is the Latin Banquet in which the clock is turned back to "the glory that once was Rome." Ianice Treckman, Pat Derrick, Carol Mullenix, Carol Berg Linda Bonewit, Cherry Evans, Secretary-Treasurer. How 4: Don Yoder, Peter Walter, Doug Durnbaugh, Ken Wertenberger, Sargeant-at-arms, Willard Hale, Larry Friedersdori, Dennis McCombs, Steve Henderson, Larry Karn, Iim Schlarter, President, Bill Wassman, Ross Saulmon, Robert Hipskind. S,,..f ii-4 '91, 'N--. Junior Iled Cross on the job The Iunior Red Cross is an organization which helps the unfortunate people of the community and the world through financial and material aids. Our hearty praise for their diligent work on an endless task. Row l, left to right: Edith Everroad, Shirley DeLauter, Linda Brown. Ioy Leckrone, Treasurer, Priscilla Walter, Pam Trisler, Secretary. How 2: Shirley Banstead, Peggy Barnett, Beverly Copeland, Iane Ferguson, Yevonne Skaggs, Kay Leckrone, Vice-President, Miss Mildred Hipskind, Sponsor. Row 3: Denis Duker, Richard Richardson, Kay King, Mary Jo Wiggers. Sally Koons, Beverly Titus, Linda Bonewit, President. Books and more hooks Under the watchful eye of Miss Dove the library assistants acquire a knowledge of the library which they helpfully impart to student borrowers. These girls devote their study hall to helping Miss Dove and the students. Left to right: Sue Barrus, Miss Gladys Dove. Lana Theiss, Sandra Lowe, Sandra Peterson Linda Bonewit, Beverly Randall. XVI 9153, 4fLis R T IP t 61 L-1 MK Av at fe '55 xv- 41' Q -me 'lv W- ,VY ' , 5 , -7 gf U52 U ' Wy- ' . .Q s Q f W? A ,Q xg- JJ' T3 A IWW -'s :WWW ,, A F Ir S "I--,.-Ag' 1' 'A w if if 55? ffl? 'Q I 5- 351! figs' F 'f Y W Ufiai E 2 4 Row 1, left to right: Scotty Miller, Bob Magner, Lynn Crutts, Charles Jacobs, Larry Smeltzley, Dennis Gillen. Mickey Wagoner, David Renbarger, David Gray, Mike Norris. How 2: David Koenig, Tom Bowman, Richard Hobinett, Eddie Lewis, Iim Schlatter, Bill LaSalle, Larry Leonard. David Thomson, Leslie Bricker. Row 3: Mr. Iohn Tatum, Coach, Harold Hutchison, Don Yoder, Robert Barrus, David Daugherty, Iim Vickery, Robert Glazier, I. D. Miller, Iim Ridenour, Alfred Plummer, Tom Drook, Mr, William Peden, Assistant Coach. John Tatum guides the Wabash 5:85 7 f WE 'Q , 1: ,f 5 GN 7, fur Mwqn-Wtivl 'W 5.1-W IN Apaches to victor on the held TOM BOWMAN MIKE NORRIS DAVE GRAY , ,, ., ' ful, MW, ' fl ,Mmm 1 ' Q 71' 2 ,fvfffla 3,412 , f ' ,If 'qgz Qfggffyg , , 'Lv "fr I,f',',p ' 4- A 15 ff I, Vgugrji, . , , J , J' , 1, I 45521 , A ' gym' I Efifig if i HAROLD HUTCHISON DAVE KOENI 7 IIM VICKERY I. D. 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WM mg iv I I - Q 1 Row 1 Ielt to rrght Tom Evans Steve Lawrence B111 Wassman Itm Camp Dennrs Axrgood Mlke Knotts Row 2 Larry Leonard Don Yoder Alfred Plummer Irm Bahler B111 VanRoe Lewrs Curless Hoosier Madness Basketball' A season of ups and downs confronted our basketball team th1s year but the boys were able to meet the tourney teams wlth f1re and Splflt to once more carry a sect1ona1 crown to Kokomo Wabash Warsaw Wabash MGIIOH Wabash Wabash Wabash Wabash Wabash Wabash Wabash Huntmgton Muncie Burns Manchester Peru 4 Way Tourney Central Cathohc 4 Way Tourney Monttcello 49 Loqonsport Page 50 Wabash Wabash Wabash Wabash Wabash Wabash Wabash Wabash Wabash Wabash Wabash Wabash Wabash Wabash Wabash Sectlonal Sectronal Sectxonal Sectronal Secttonal Plymouth Eastern Peru Northwestern Mrssrssmewa Columbxa Cxty Alexandna Auburn Txpton Hartford Crty Lagro Tourney Urbana Tourney Roann Tourney Noble Tourney Kokomo Tourney O O ' ......,.........,..... 46 ,...... . ' ' .............,........ 43 ......... ., ' ' ' ...................... 57 ............ ' .........,.........,.. 76 ' ' ' . 56 ' as 72 ' Wabash ,..................... 56 Rochester ....,..........,......... 58 '-'---4-----'----4-'-' 57 -4'-'--1'A-'- ni U: 2, W f fe i Q .4 .4 i 'X f , fiftlgj Y ,r V o 1 . 4. g, 1 f I it 3'-2 gm? i W Q-NP' ii Q Q Y? 60 wiv ' 'X k ,M , .VA - z, 'WP .A fx x Q IL " "' '- .,, 1 za' Q I mf, gg :LK 45'ifk,, M t , ,mlm gp, rv ,f xiivv H The crowd cheers as I. D. Miller heads for the finish line in the C.l.C. track meet. lrack, an individual sport In spite of the slow start this year, our track team bounced back to finish with or much improved record. The boys should be commended for their good work. That's a pretty high jump, but lim Ridenour is determined to make it. Larry Leonard shows the style which brought him his record put. ,f fx . Elizabeth Walter, who was our C.l.C. track queen this year, accepts a loving cup as a token ol her position The golf team acqurres helpful hmts and careful mstructrons from its coach Mr Tatum The members of the tenms team work hard to achxeve slcrll and co ordmatron m ther! sport f QR ' 5 , i - n X D ,.,., Y. 5 N N W I I Q '3'1!!l.?! qi xx.. !"""-'a a""'--ani if JU! 5 V 1 1. If AQJV .Q wi- Lewell H. Carpenter, Superintendent Ever since grade school, when his cheery Max H, Shaw, Principal "Hello, boys and girls" brightened our day, Mr. Carpenter has been a welcome figure. He has been with us from our first Wabash school days to the last and has always No one does more to keep our school running had a cheery smile or an encouraging WOrd smoothly and efficiently than our principal, Mr to give us. We can say gratefully, "Thanks, Shaw. Since his arrival two short years Mr. Carpenter, for a job well done." ago, he has put many new ideas to use in order to improve our school and its program. He is a tireless worker but always has time 9 to council with students. Wabash High has vjop. 8 been fortunate to have him as its principal. Marguerite Shaver Secretary Robertha Lightfoot Secretary Kathryn Bird Latin 1 2 3 to Principal to Superintendent Latin Club Adviser Cletus O Decxrdoril General Mathematics 1 Algebra 1 -6' Gladys Dove Librarian F T A Adviser Library Assistants Adviser Biology 1 Science Club Adviser Practice General Business 1 Senior Tri H1 Y Adviser Shorthand l 2 l iff' ffi' Robert L. E1liott4Physical Science l: Glenn Gerber-f Typing 35 Office Portia Haupert-English Z. 4 ,Q . i l Mildred Hipskmd U S Historyl AdVlSeI Martha Iones English 3 I A Holloway General Shop l Francis Horne Chemistry 1 , Shopl 2 Track Coach Freshman Basketball Coach Rosanna Huff Elementary Music Girls Chorus Mixed Chorus Concert Choir Director N les Hlnsberqev English 2 Spanish 1 2 Spanish Club Adviser Iames Koons Elementary Art Robert Light Boys Physical Art 1 2 Education Tennis Coach General History l: Iunior Red Cross Mechanical Drawing lg Machine Physics l: Science Club Adviser. af lv -I Doris McDonald Girls Physical Orville Melbourne Algebra 3 4 Gerald H Miller Band 1 2 3 4 Education G A A Adviser Booster Solid Geometry Trigonometry Club Adviser Plain Geometry 1 Cecilia E Mills General Mathematics 1 Drama 1 Thespian Adviser Paul E. Myers Government: Economics: Assistant Principal: Hi-Y Adviser. Sandy Murray English 1: Speech Iames Oliver Electricity 1: Radio Mabel Oliver Bookkeeping lj 17 Extra Curricular Speech Adviser. Workshop: Audio-Visual. Typing 1: Personal Typing. wx 'rr- Wrllram Peden General Shop 1 Ida Mae Rees Englzshl Iournalrsm E'helSm1th Homemakmg 1 2 3 4 Woodworkmg l 2 Mechamcal l Orange :S Black Advrser Drawmg l Basketball Coach W Club Advrser Dorothy Squrres Gutdance Dean of Grrls Student Counctl Advlser Natxonal Honor SOCIGYY Advrser Iohn Tatum Health Drrvers Educatton Football Coach W ClJb Aclvrser Bonme Truss Homemakmg 1 2 Ida VanCamp U S Hrstory l Lorm L Wrllrams General Busmess 3 4 Iumor Tr1H1 Y Advrser Economrcs Government Sycamore l Dean of Boys F T A Advxser Advrser Qurll and Scroll Advrser - . . 1. H . .. .1 ' . Jia' 23 -'i, ' cfm Cf inefeen xjfmndre gyfcy jwne Pg 63 JSA ,qc-, H K. i Q f' 144131 ,ww if H I I I A ..,g-'affm f . EEE sf . 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Q 'Q L Page 74 ROW 1 Conme Kay Keifaber Rxchard Dean K1-ssler Charles Edu arj Yram W1ll1am Bxckel LaSalle lohn Barclay Lavenqood Kaye Elalne Leckrone ROW 2 Larry Todd Lee Davld Lawrence Lelana Larry Lee Leonard Larry Charles Lester Edward Dav1d Lewls Margo Ann Lockwood ROW 3 Douglas Lee Long Sandra Ann Lowe Wllllam Edward Mabee Allen Arthur luhlqllklll Larry Eugene Mottern Sandra Sue Mathm ROW 4 Cole loseph McCombs Ioyce Kay Mlller Charles Davld Mllllcan Vrckr Kay Mrser Karen Arlene Moeller ROW 5 Verlrs Lee Neal Iohn Hart Norris Karen Mane Ostendorf Iames Melvm Paschall Iohnny Lynn Patton Donna lean Pearson ROW S Carolyn Ann Perkxn Sandra Kay Peterson Sharon Loulse Phlllrps Stephen N Porter Davld Lee Henbarger Robert Roland Ruhards ROW 7 Iames Mxchael Rxdenour Lmda lane Rxsh Rxchard Dean Robmett Nancy Jane Ross Dwayne Sanders Ross Edward Saulmon Dennis Eugene Miller ROW 1 Iames Herschel Schlatter Martha Ann Schlemmer Sandra Kay Schnepp Larry Lee Shalle Iudy Ann Shaw Beverly Ann Shepler ROW 2 Sally Ann Smk Yevonne Skaggs Ioellen Smxth Marlene Sue Snavely Iames Ray Starbuck Larry Gene Steele ROW 3 Frederlck G Stone Roberta Ann Stoops Arthur Gene Strxckler Mary Ann Summerland Rex Ioseph Temple Robert Howard Teusch ROW 4 runa Le-nore The1ss Steven Ray Thrush Pamela Ellzabeth Trxsler Dlane Lucllle Turner Gerald Iames Tyner Iuamta Kay Tyner ROW 5 Gerald Vanlandrngham Susan Vrooman Orlan Byron Wade Mary Ann Lou1se Watkm Mary Ann Webb ROW 6 Mary Loulse Webb Colm John Weesner Beverly Ieanne Wh1te Wrllxam Maxwell Wrlke Iames Edward W1ll1ams Stanley K Wxlhams ROW 7 Rlchard Edward Wolf V1ck1 Sue Wood Bonnle Dxane Wrxqht Sharon Ann Zolman Y Michael Iames- Wagoner Sophomore Class ROW 1 Dennis Chauncey Airgood ludith Ann Airgood Frank David Albert Herbert Sterling Allen Doris lane Anderson HOW 2 Carl Wesley Aukschun Iames Fredrlck Buhler Paul David Baker Carolyn Sue Bantham Carol Mae Barnes ROW 3 Drck Lee Baxter Ierry Arthur Benson Paula lean Brshop Rrchard Gerald Blackwell Gordon Lyle Bolmger ROW 4 Larry Duane Brown Lmda Lou Brown Gary Dee Bryant Barbara Yvonne Buckner Carol Blame Burton ROW a Tudrth Kay Conrad Rex Lowe Daugherty Ir Bernard Allen Dekau loseph Earnest Derfenbaugh Icy e Ann Dertenbaugh ROW 6 Dean Robert Derck Steve M Drlscoll Iohn Henry Drcok ludy Kay Drumheller Iohn Douglas Lurrbaugh ROW 7 Barbara Ann Ld vs r'4 Clarence Danral Eltzroth Thomas Lewls Evans Ronald Alle-1 Fearnow Karon Sue Felts lane Ann Ferguson Iames Albert Dials ROW 1 Leroy George Frerstos Lowell Maxwell Frgert I Stephen Paul Fxnnell Iames Patrlck Flmn ludlth Anne Forrest ROW 2 Iohn Hawley Frleaersdorf Qh rlev Do en Garret! Indy Ann Gaskull Damel Glll Ierry Charles Glass ROW 3 Patrlcta Ann Grover W lla rl Alan Hale Vrrgtl Hall Fred Leo Ham1lton Emll Ray Harrls ROW 4 Nancy Lee Horns Rlchard Lee Harvey Rlchard Lee Hawley Glenna leane Hertz Stephen Covert Henderson ROW 5 Iohn Phlllp Hlpskmd Robert Collms Htpskmd Davxd Robert Hoffman Carol Iean House Nancy Lee Hutchms ROW 6 Wrlllam Edward lay Rxta loy Iewell Roberta Sue Iohnson Steve Duane Kamp Lawrence H Karn Ann Jeannette Ktss ROW 7 M fhael Raloh Knotts Leslle Carl Lake Steven Davld Lawrence Loretta Lee Lawson Foy e Ann Leckrone Bonme lean Leonhard 4-I if Qvl 'Q -nur any 4 ff Y it Page 77 Page 78 ROW 1 Phyllls Nell Lew1s Denms Ioe McCombs Dons Iane McCune Sandra Ann Mabee Carol Ann Mannxes ROW Z Ellzabeth Ann Mattern Iullan Lee Mendenhall Max1ne Ellen Mendenhall Edith Rose Mlddleton Iack D Mlller ROW 3 Ronald Scott Miller Sharon Phyllis Mlller Corvm Ray Mxller Robert Stephen Mlttmq ROW 4 Wanda Mullms Thomas Frednc Oldenkamp Steven Wlllldm Oswalt Vxctor Asher Parrett Ellen Ellzabeth Paschall ROW 5 Ruth Ann Phllllps Carolyn Ann Perklns Cheryl Ann Pmkerton Alfred Harvey Plummer Davld Lee Ply ROW 6 Mary Iacquelme Poole lerry Poole Carol Mahala Potteri Paula Ann Pressler Beverly lean Randall Shlrley Ann Ranstead ROW 7 Bonme lean Raver James C Reed Charles Fred Retchard V' Q lo Retherford W1111am Lee Rldenour Iudlth Kay Ridge Q . Richard Lee Minnlcas ROW l Gerald Rinearson Sandra Kay Rinearson Lonnie Dee Snowberger Patricia Ann Snell Mary Louise Snavely ROW Z Peggy Ann Simpson Robert Leo Siebert Nancy Ellen Shaver Dora lone Sharp Ronald lay Scott ROW 3 Sue Ann Schlemmer Mary Ruth Schlemmer Hugh Charles Russell Bonnie Ruth Russell Iames S Spaulding ROW 4 Iohn Sutton Tracy Marie Temple Charles Edward Titus lanice Marie Treckman Marteen Triplett ROW 5 Craig Lee Turner Betty Ann Tuza Dianne Lou Tyner Robert Lee Ulshater William VanRoe Donald Harold Vogel ROW 6 Rodger Lynn Wagoner Louanne Walker Peter Alan Walter Priscilla Walter William Robert Wassman Kay Iorraine Werner ROW 7 Kenneth Michael Wertenberger Iohn Wilford White Carolyn Sue Wolf Ruth Ann Wolpert Donald Francis Yoder Karen Marie Zook Sr 13' S U X 1 1-- uu' UH' 1- Page 79 r z 'if if Wh.-v gp- G 3 5' x Y X 'jf 9 Nair W L W :hu in UW? Ziff v- Q- 'nf' vw. v--v freshman Class ROW l Douglas Eugene Adams Cheryl Kay Alger Betty Jean Amann Brchard Nell Anderson lohn Harper Ashby ROW 2 Stanley Louls Buhler Robert Lewls Barley Susan Baker Roger Hugh Baldus Peggy Io Barnett ROW 3 Carole Anne Beers Grover Leon Bemls Davrd Duane Bennett Iames Michael Benson Ronald Denms Benson ROW 4 George Thomas Berg Iohn Clifford Bxrkett Iames Michael Black Mary Lou Boardman Ianelle Mane Bollan HOW 5 Randell Bolen Carol Elane Boring Ronald Dee Bowman Thomas Lrngq Brewer Glenda Lea Brunn ROW 6 Beverly Dlanne Burcroii Thomas Lee Burkholder Lmda Carol Butcher Iames David Camp ROW 7 Mane Ann Cam Wanltta Kay Campbell Robert DeWayne Chambers Wrlllam Stephen Chambers Wlllram Edward Chaplin HOW 8 Hosea Thomas Clupper Phlllrp Coburn Samuel Lee Colbert Claudra Sue Collmge Paul Vernon Conley ROW 9 Karen Elaine Cooley W1ll1am Lee Cooley Carole lean Cox Danya Lee Crevxston Ruta Ann Cnst Charles William Burton ' . P l l l ROW 1 Lewls Kerth Curless Charlotte Anne Curtxss Karen Lee Davenport Donald loseph DeLauter Pamela Ann Dohse ROW 2 IoAnn Theresa Drrscole Dems Crcuq Duker Helen Ieannme Durnbauqh Davxd Easterday Iames Allen Eckman ROW 3 Sandra Kay Eckmon Sally lean Ehlers Reqena Eltzroth Terry Lee Eltzroth MUICIU Lynne Fadley ROW 4 Thomas L1nn Farrxs Denms Ferguson Robert Eugene F1qerl George Rrchard Fvshback Wrllxam Mnchoel Fleshood ROW 5 Lmda Rae Ford Ronald Lee France Sharon Kay Frasure Wanda Lee Fnend Amanda Constance Geyer Predenck Carl Gxerke Patr1c1a Grace Glass Damel Lawrence Gra Mlchael Patrlclc Grlbben Marlene Elome Grxndle ROW 7 Iames Larry Guthrle Lmda lane Hale Marvm Bxll Hamllton Theodore Ioe Hamxllon Thomas Alon Hardm Sharon Ann Harman ROW 8 Leslxe Louts Harner Mrchael Stephen Harner Iudxth Kay Harshman Marlon Arthur Hattabauqh Wlllram Yredrxck Haupert ROW 9 Amta Louxse Haup! Gory Lee Heltm Marsha Ann Hmer Tony Lee Holmes Barbara lean Hughes Claudxa Jeanne Hull ff 4 q,.-f Sf TT 1 w he fs .4- -ff is Q ...ff " IA Q-, MWF n no fr f' X "' 1 YET! M .,.-,Q Page 81 2' hr Sr I f' 4? L 5 V .Q 1 I 9 A I 42, I m 5 H. I W sf - n ' ,V . A L . . aw 1 S- If ,F - L t -figs a L' - I'-2 '- L . Q 9 K ' 4 ',., . .., , y -W,, Z.. ' Q-vga . L' ,A - wa A V- as 4 ry-e A 5 Row 5 E ' J ' - ' 1 I y ,,.. 2.1. Y A ' 1 " udp f 'ia "7 y if W I 5 1 L ' ' . , .H " li I my 2' . A , .,....f, V b , ' ' A . L U- g I. ' 'Z , , 'T 755 f I f 4:5251 . 37 If L fglil L , , H W N H , W L, V ly if ly ENN' ls, X xx 'Q X Page 82 ROW l Lmda Sue Hunt Earnest Henry Hurt Nancy Loulse Huston Tyanne May Huston Gerald Ioseph Ieiierson ROW 2 Sandra Kaye Iefferson Sandra Suzanne Ilnes Mary Lou Iohnson Robert Steven Kaxser Wxllnam Forrest Kastner ROW 3 Larry Chiton Keflaber Karen Ruth Kinder Kay Kmg Larry Eugene Klutz Mzchael Thomas Koehler ROW 4 'am s Arden Koontz Gary Lee Lawrence Ruta Marlene Lavoncher Dorothea Sue Lengel Robert Leonard ROW 5 Patty Ann Lester Sharon Catherlne Lrebo Mrchael Dane Lxndz Dorothy Iune Manley Anna Mane Martin ROW 6 Carolyn Joyce Mattern Barbara Sue Meeks Dxane lean Mxchael Sue Ann Mlddleton Sandra Kay Miller ROW 7 Mxchael Robert Mxtten Beth Anne Mlttmg Ion D MOYIIS Sandra Lynn Mowery Kexth Edward Murphy Ronnle Dean Nrccum ROW 8 Robert Charles Nrx Benny Ray Norwood Ierry Bull Norwood Mlchael Eugene O Bnen Edward B Oqan Denms Carl Ohmart ROW 9 Ioyce Carolyn Olson Ierry Lee Orr Marlon Ray Orr Lawrence Thompson Pace Randall Harrlson Petltt Mlchela Kay Pierter A A A V Lv - F ' M V: , x, V rf f X ' I mr I K " K f. n- . O A fa K '9 ' ' Y L N f ROW 1 Donna Iune Porter Paul Porter M1kel Iames Raver Mlchael Eugene Reardon Thomas Edward Reed ROW 2 Roberta Sue Renbarger james Kenneth Rhoades Randall W1ll1am Rrce Frances Rlchards Nancy Sue Rmearson ROW 3 Carolyn lean Rxsh Rxchard Iames Roney Walter Robert Rose T1m Ross Ann Elame Rowe ROW 4 Rrchard Lor1n Sager Sully Io Sanders Cheryl Sue Saulmon Nancy Io Shaw Carol Ann Shoemaker Carlos Earl Smrth Mary Kathryn Smxth Gene Duane Spears Mxchael Lew1s Sposeep Margery Lynn Stoops ROW B Larry Dean Stnckler D1ann Kay Thompson Floyd Louls Townsend Paulrne Tnplett Cheryl Kay Tucker ROW 7 lanelda Louxse Ulshaier Lrnda Io Unger Donald Vrgar Mary Elmzabeth Wassman Ronald Gene Watson Peggy Sue Webb ROW 8 Ralph Wheeler Ir Dan Wayne Wh1te Rrchard Lee Whrte Mary Io Wlgger Larry Clmtan W1lkerson Chrxstme Wllllams v fv- 1'-M 42? an Xwt dw, ROW 9 W Davxd Harold Wxlson Craxq Cody W1negardner Sue Ann Wxnkeljohn Ianet Exllen Woodward Robert Gene Wrtght Vxrgxma Louise Zxke Page 83 1 A 4 4' ' , 5:1 ' .A ', , x , . 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L A j W X 1 51 n Mvmurwm MARY LOU IOHNSON Member of the Class of 1962 february 14 1944 May 30 1959 Thzs departed classmate Has left our mortal hall, Yet We'll all remember her As frrend to one and all, And as the years roll onward, And we travel on alone, We pray that she'll lmd happmess ln her eternal home Page 84 " lr 'Ffh' pl Senior lllrectmy IUDITH ANN AARON General Sr Tn H1Y 3 4 Ir Tn H11 2 Booster Club4 G A A 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Dramatrcs 3 4 Thespran 3 4 BARBARA ADAMS Busmess G A A 2 Chorus 3 DAVID ANDERSON Busmess Booster Clubl 2 3 4 Mrxed Chorusl 2 3 4 Concert Chou' IOAN BABER Academrc Sr Tr1H1Y 3 4 Ir Tr1H1Y 1 2 Spamsh Club 3 4 Booster Clubl 2 3 4 F T A 3 Sclence Club 4 Student Councll 4 Sycamore Stall 4 Orange 6. Black 2 SUSIE BARRUS General Sr Tr1H1Y 3 4 Ir Tr1H1Y 1 2 Lat1n C1 b 3 Boos er C11 b 1 2 3 4 Student Councrl 4 Sycamore Staff 4 Natronal Honor Socrety 3 Presrdent 4 Ir Red Cross 2 Lrbrary Assrstant 2 4 VIRGINIA BAYS Academrc Sr Tn H1 Y 3 4 Ir Tn Hx Y 2 Latm Club 4 Booster Club l F T A 3 Cadet Teacher 4 Chorus 1 Mlxed Chorus 2 ROBERT BEAUCHAMP Academic H1Y 2 3 4 Spamsh Club 3 Presrdent 4 Booster Club 3 4 Sclence Club 3 4 Student Councll 3 4 Sycamore Stall 4 Natronal Honor Socxety 4 Freshman Basketball 1 Football 1 2 Track 1 Golf 3 Tenms 2 Mrxed Chorus 1 Representatrve to Hoosler Boys State Semor Play CAROL BERG Academxc Sr Tr1H1Y 3 4 Ir Tr1H1Yl Chaplam 2 Latm Club 3 4 Booster Clubl 2 3 4 G A A 1 2 3 4 V1cePres1dent 3 F T A V1cePres1dent 3 Presldent and Cadet Teacher 4 Sycamore Stall Assistant Cross 1 Band l 2 3 4 Exchange Club Honor Student 3 Iunxor Play Cast Student Councrl 4 CRAIG BLACK Busmess Dramatrcs 1 Thespxan 4 Chorus 1 LORA BLEVINS Academrc Booster Clubl F T A IEAN BOARDMAN Academxc Sr Tn H1Y 3 Pres1dent4 Ir Tr1H1 Y 1 Secretary 2 Latm Club 2 Booster Club 3 4 F T A 3 Sclence Club 4 Student Councrl 4 Natlonal Honor Soclety 4 Band 1 2 3 SKIP BOISSON Academrc H1Y 2 4 Latm Club Vxce Presrdent 2 Boster Club 4 Student Councrl 1 Orange G Black 1 2 Sports Edrtor 4 Football 1 2 Tenms 1 2 Radro Workshop 1 Iumor Play SUE BONEWIT Busmess Sr Tr1H1Y 3 4 Ir Tr1H1Y 2 BoosterClubl 2 3 4 G A A 1 TOM BOWMAN General H1Y 2 3 4 Booster Club 4 Ir Red Cross 3 Exchange Club Honor Student B Team Basketball 2 Basketballl Footballl 2 3 4 Tenms 1 2 3 4 W Club 3 4 Hoosrer Boys State LEE BRICKER Academlc Spamsh Club 2 4 Band 1 Ofhce Helper 3 Senior Cabmet Purdue Scholarshrp LESLIE BRICKER General H1Yl 2 3 Student Councrl 1 2 Class Presldentl 2 BTeam Basketball 2 3 Freshman Basketballl Footballl 2 3 4 Trackl 2 3 W Club 3 4 Radro Workshop 3 IUDITH BROTHERS Busmess Ir Tr1H1Y 1 G A A 1 Off1ceHelperl M1xedChorus1 2 3 4 MICHAEL BURTON Busmess Radlo Workshop 2 Student Manager 3 Program Drrector 4 Iumor and Semor Plays ROBERT CANTRFLL Industrral Arts BTeam Basketball 3 Cross Countryl 2 3 4 Trackl 2 3 4 W Club 3 ELLEN CHAMBERLAIN Academrc Sr TrxH1Y 3 Ir Tn H1 Y 1 President 2 Latm Club 2 Booster Club 1 2 3 4 G A A 1 F T A Cadet Teacher 3 Secretary Treasurer 4 Student Councrl 2 Sycamore Stall 4 Natronal Honor Socxety 3 4 Dramatlcs 2 3 Thespran 2 3 Hrstorlan 4 Chorus 1 Senror Cabmet Debate Team Second Place Elk s Most Valuable Student Award Natronal Mathematrcal Award Lula Baer Award IERRY COBURN General CAROL COLLINGE Academxc Sr Tn H1Y 3 Vrce Presrdent 4 Ir Trl H1Y 1 2 Spamsh Club Secretary 3 Presrdent 4 Student Councrl 1 Secretary 4 Natlonal Honor Socrety 3 Secretary 4 Class Secretary Treasurer 4 Booster Clubl 2 3 4 BEVERLY KAY COPELAND Academrc Sr Tn H1Y 3 Ir Tn H1 Y 1 2 Latm Club 2 Booster Club 1 2 3 4 A A 1 F T Ir Red Cross 4 Chorus Ind ana State G A A Plaque Award LARRY COX General Bandl 2 3 Senror Play ROBERTA COX Busmess Ir Tr1H1Y1 Booster Club 2 3 4 G A A 1 Othce Helper Mlxed Chorusl 2 STEVEN CULLERS Busmess Radro Workshop 2 3 Publrc Address System IOAN CULVER Busmess Sr Trl H1Y 3 4 Sergeant at am1s3 Ir Tr1H1Y12 Booster Clubl 2 3 4 G A A l 2 Sycamore Stall 4 Natronal Honor Soclety 4 Orange G Black 2 3 Busmess Manager 3 Qurll 6. Scroll 3 4 Ofhce Helper 4 Exchange Club Honor Student 4 BILLIE DAUGI-IERTY General Sr Tn H1Y Chaplam 3 Ir Tr1HxY 1 Vlce Presldent 2 Booster Club 1 2 3 Natronal Honor Society 4 Ir Red Cross 2 Olilce Help 4 Lrbrary Assrstant 1 Dramatrcs 2 Mrxed Chorus 2 PAT DERHICK Busmess Sr Trl H1 Y 4 Latm Club 4 Booster Club 1 2 3 4 G A A 1 2 Sycamore Staff 4 Natronal Honor Socrety 3 4 Orange 6 Black 2 3 Feature Edltor 4 Qurll 6. Scroll 3 4 Busmess Award ISAAC DUFFEY General H1Y 2 3 4 Booster Club 1 2 3 4 Science Club 2 3 4 Basketballl Footballl Go 3 4 W Club 3 4 LANCE ECKMAN Industnal Arts Football I HAROLD ELDRIDGE Industnal Arts Booster Club 1 2 RU'I'HANN ELTZROTH Busmess Ir Tn I-I1Yl Booster ubl 2 3 4 G A B d PETER ENGELMAN Industrlal Arts BOBBIE ENGLEDOW lndustnal Arts Booster Club 4 Football Manager 1 BECKY ENYEART Busmess Booster Clubl 2 3 4 G A A 1 2 Dramatrcs 2 3 Thespxans 2 3 4 IAMES EVANS Academrc H1Y 2 3 Chaplaln 4 Spamsh Club 3 Student Councll 2 4 Booster Club 4 Sycamore Staff 4 EDITH EVERROAD Busmess Sr Tr1H1Y 3 4 Ir Tn H1Y 1 2 Booster Club 2 3 4 Sycamore Stall 4 Ir Red Cross 3 4 Page 85 O l '. I 1 I , , I I : , Z . I. ', , 2' 14. ..,. , . . . ' . . . : . ' -f' . V '- .45 : ' ' I : : .... : W .W D .. .- 14: L -an ,,, - G1..,2',3',4f..A.42. ':"'1: Business Manager 4: National Hohor Society 3, 4: Ir. Red . . f' I , Y ' l' I' ' ' . 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Football 1 3 4 Cross Country 2 Track l Tenms 2 3 4 W Club 2 3 Presldent 4 Sportsmanshxp Award ln Basketball Boys State DAVID GRAY Academxc H1Y 2 3 Spamsh Club 3 Student Councrl 2 3 Class Vrce Presrdent 3 Football 1 Scholarshxp BEVERLY GROSSNICKLE-Business Sr Tn H1Y 3 4 Ir Tr1H1Yl 2 Booster Clubl 2 3 4 G A A 2 Student Councrl 3 Sycamore Staff Busmess Manager 4 Natronal Honor Socrety 3 Vrce Presldent 4 Quxll and Scroll 4 Band 1 2 3 V1cePres1dent 4 Exchange Club Honor Student 3 Oifxce Helper4 D A R Good Cxtlzen Second m Elks Most Valuable Student Contest IOAN GROVER Busmess Sr Tn H1Y 4 Booster Club 3 PHILLIP HAPNER General WAYNE HENDRIX Busmess Band2 3 4 Dramatrcsl Mrxed Chorus I NEVIN HETTMANSPERGER General Footballl Track 3 IOSEPH M HIPSKIND lndustrlal Arts Booster Club 1 Scrence Club I Thespxan 1 Mrxed Chorus 1 Projectronest TOM HODSON Academic H1Y 2 3 4 Latm Club 2 Booster Club 1 Scrence Club 3 4 Student Councrl 4 Exchange Club Honor Student 3 Basketball Manager 1 2 3 4 Football Managerl 2 3 4 Tenms 2 3 4 W Club 3 4 Iunror Play Hoosrer Boys State Lulu Baer Award GENE HOPKINS Industrlal Arts Booster Club l 2 Tenms SALLY HOWENSTINE Busmess Ir Tr1HxYl 2 Booster Clubl 2 G A A 1 Chorus 2 3 Pres1dent4 HAROLD HUTCHISON Busmess Footballl 2 3 4 W Club 3 4 Radro Workshop 2 Booster Club 4 CHARLES IACOBS Academrc I-l1Y 3 4 Booster Club 4 Ir Red Crossl 2 Footballl 3 4 Page 86 PEGGY IENKS Academrc Sr Tr1H1Y 3 4 lr 'l'r1H1 1 2 Latm Club 4 Booster Clubl 2 3 4 F T A 3 Sycamore Stall 4 Natronal Honor Society 3 4 Olhce Helper 4 Chorus 1 2 Iumor Play Amerrcan Legxon Scholarshlp Teachers Club Scholarshrp lndrana Unlversrty Scholarshrp RUBY IEWELL Busmess Sr Tn H1Y 3 Ir Trrl-l1Yl 2 Booster Clubl 2 3 G A A 1 Class Secretary Treasurer 3 Chorus 2 Semor Play BARBARA IOBE Business Ir Tr1H1Y 1 Latm Club 1 Booster 2 3 RONNIE KASTNER Academxc H1 Y 4 Booster Club 2 3 4 Scrence Club 3 4 Semor Cabmet CHARLOTTE KLUTZ Busrnes Transferred from Grand Rapxds Mrchrgan to Wabash 11 1957 Sr TrrH1Y 3 Booster Club 3 Ir Red Cross 3 Olfrce Helper 4 Dramatrcs 4 Thespran 4 Iumor Play DAVE KOENIG Academic l'l1Y 2 3 Presxdent 4 Latm Club Secretary Treasurer 2 Science Club 3 4 Student Councrl 1 Vlce President 3 4 Natxonal Honor Socrety 3 Treasurer 4 Class Presrdent 3 Class Vice Preslclent 2 Varsrty Basketball 3 B Team Basketball 2 Basketball l Footballl 2 3 4 AllC I C Second Team 3 4 Tenms 1 2 3 4 W Club2 3 V1cePres1dent 4 Hoosrer Boys State Recrprent of Grxdrron Medal Contestant rn State Latm Contest 2 Contestant ln State Engltsh Contest 4 Frrst rn Elks Most Valuable Student Contest Frrst rn Elks Leadership Contest W Blanket Award Purdue Scholarshrp l 2 Booster Clubl 2 3 4 Ir Red Cross 4 Dramatrcs 2 3 Thespran 2 3 V1cePres1dent 4 Iunror Play IOE LAWSON Academrc HrY 2 3 4 Booster Club 4 Science Club 3 4 Class V1cePres1dent l 4 BTeam Basketball 2 Basketball l Football l 2 Cross Country 3 Semor Cabmet LINDA LEHMAN Academrc Sr Tr1I'I1Y 3 Ir Tn H1Y 1 2 Latm Club 3 Booster Clubl 2 3 4 F T A 4 Student Council 3 4 Natxonal Honor Socrety 3 4 Orange G Black 2 advertlsrnq manager 3 edrtor 4 Qurll G Scroll 3 4 Iunror Play LINDA MCCLINTIC Busmess Sr Tr1I-I1Y 3 lr Tr1H1Y I 2 Booster Club 3 TERRY MCLAUGHLIN Industrial Arts ROBERT MAGNER Industnal Arts BTeam Basketball l Basketballl Football 4 Track 2 W Club 4 Athletic Board 4 GLORIA MALLOCH Busmess G A A 3 F T A 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 2 3 4 SYLVIA MAYFIELD Busmess Ir Trrl-l1Yl 2 Booster Clubl 2 3 4 G A A l 2 Chorus 2 3 secretary 4 Mxxed Chorus 1 Concert Chorr 4 Semor Trxo LINDA MERRYMAN Academrc Sr Tr1H1Y 3 4 Ir Tn Hr Y I 2 Spanrsh Club 3 Vrce Presrdent 4 Sycamore Stall 4 Natronal Honor Society 4 Ir Red Cross 2 Orange 6 Black 2 Nurse s Ollxce 4 Semor Cabmet I D MILLER General Varsrty Basketball 2 3 4 Basketballl Footballl 2 3 4 Trackl 3 4 W Club 2 3 4 Lrons Club Free Throw Award LYNN MILLER Academrc Sr Tr1H1Y 3 4 Latm Club 2 Booster Club 1 2 3 4 Ir Red Cross 3 ROSMARIN MILLER Academrc Transferred from Manchester Hxgh School 1958 Sr Tn H1Y 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Black 3 Exchange Edrtor 4 Radro Workshop 2 RICHARD TUCKER Academxc HxY 2 3 4 Booster Club l 2 Sctence Club 3 Radro Workshop 3 4 IAMES M ULSHAFER General IAMES D VICKERY Academxc HxY 2 3 4 Booster Club 3 4 Sclence Club 2 3 Secretary Treasurer 4 Band l 2 3 4 BTeam Basketball 2 3 Freshman Basketball l Footballl 2 3 4 Trackl Tenmsl W Club 3 4 Semor Play Page 87 FV - . .- .i I 7 . i . - .i : I : b , y , : . . . . : . . . , : , . : : . I : . . 2 . : . : . f' K ' - I 1 5 3. 4. : h' I 1 . . : h . : 1, 2, 3' S I , I . . : ' . . 1 ' . . . : ' - : ' : , c : ' ' : ' . . ' ' : ' : ' I 9- Fr-arish Club 4' ocster Cl , 2, 3: G A. A. I: ' ' , ' ,' - F. T. A. 3: Dramatics 1, 2: Thespian 2. 3. 4: Debate 4: . - . - , , . . . s ' . : ' : ' . I ' I ' I ' - . : ' : . . . : . . . : - e -W ' , : ' . l l ' 3' . W hi . 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